Disc Artwork, Dying, Technique etc...
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I was thinking of doing a dye of a company's logo (moreso the name than the image), but it's marked as a registered trademark (a circled r). Do any of you know if a registered trademark is considered copyrighted? I poked around google a bit, but didn't come up with any real answers. From what I read, because I wouldn't be producing anything as if it came from their source, I'm in the clear... It sounds like it's mainly there for the people trying to sell fakes - people selling "Oakley's" for 10 bucks on the sidewalks of D.C. come to mind.
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Just don't ebay it and you'll be fine. you arent hurting anyone
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Dave's right, The problem comes when you start hawking discs with nike swooshs for profit. If you just dye it for yourself I wouldnt worry.
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